Episode 922 – This Is What Happens When Lawyers Get Involved With Regulations

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Recently the Fifth Circuit court overturned a HHS fine against a company for a HIPAA breach. This episode talks about why this could set a very bad precedent into the interpretation and setting an example for future HIPAA security rules.

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